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, let me jump in the few seconds we have remaining, why do you think the nigerian government has been unable so far to stop boko haram. is it a lack of will or is it something else? quickly, please. >> i believe it is an inability to effectively prosecute those responsible. i also believe there is pressure from outside, including from the united states, to actually negotiate with these terrorists. and that's something that needs to change and stop. prosecutions need to take place, impunity needs to stop. >> george: and there appears to be a new extremist group that has surfaced and is claiming credit for a recent attack in baja. and is stopping boko haram the answer or is there a deeper problem? >> it is a first step. as we know, for many countries where terrorist organizations are active, they mutate. one terrorist organization gets too much attention, and perhaps their funds are cut off, a new one pops up. it is still the same people behind it. the root causes have not changed. the nigerian government needs to get to the root cause. >> george: terrific. great to have you back on the
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